Jun 13, 2021  
2021-2022 University Catalog 
    
2021-2022 University Catalog

Kinesiology, Strength and Conditioning Concentration, B.S.


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(120 UNITS)

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology


The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology provides a broad, comprehensive study of physical activity and human movement. Students observe and studiy movement across the lifespan from mechanical, physiological, psychological, sociocultural, behavioral, instructional and professional points of view. Focused concentration areas provide additional background knowledge and preparation for advanced study or professional careers in allied health and medicine, exercise science, gerokinesiology, physical education, recreation and physical activity promotion, sport studies, and strength and conditioning.

In addition to the requirements for the major, students must meet all other university requirements for a bachelor’s degree. Please consult the Graduation Requirements for the Bachelor’s Degree  section in this catalog for complete information. All courses in the major, including prerequisites, must be completed with a “C” (2.0) or better, and must be taken on an Option 1 (letter grade) basis. Kinesiology courses with the “junior or senior standing” prerequisite require students to have completed a minimum of 55 units. Intercollegiate sport courses may be completed with the Credit/No Credit option.

Prerequisite Requirements for the Major (9 or 10 units)


Note:

* Required for the Pre-Allied Health concentration

Performance Courses (6 units - 1 unit from each performance area)


Additional Information

* May only be used in one performance area.

Students in the Teacher Education concentration must substitute KNES 240 , KNES 241 , KNES 242  and KNES 243  for the Performance Courses requirements (see the Teacher Education concentration for details).

Requirements for the Major


Strength and Conditioning Concentration (21 units)


The Strength and Conditioning concentration provides knowledge related to strength and conditioning for fitness and sport programs, and prepares students to work as practitioners in strength and conditioning with high school, collegiate and professional athletes, tactical populations (police, firefighters, military) and the general population (e.g. corporate wellness). It also prepares students for advanced study in the area of strength and conditioning.

Total (120 units)


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